Let's Dish With Linda Lou

Sharing My Recipes, My Life, And The Food Tale Of Two Cities

Rosa Mexicano In San Francisco

on April 22, 2014

ImageFor quite some time now, I’ve been posting, great restaurants to visit in the San Francisco area, thanks to my daughter. She is just as much of a foodie as I am, and they have so much in the way of unique eats over there. I love to spread the word on great cuisine. Here at Rosa they do a bento box style of serving their food. The Rosa Mexicano is located in the Financial District, on 30 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA. They do offer catering , reservations and you can get a look at their full menu on their site.  Melissa ordered the bento box that had veggies made of corn, carrots, and kale, a fish taco with jalapeno tartar, chips and guacamole, and finally an espresso flan. Her entire meal looked so delicious. I so wish I was there with her. Image

ImageHere’s a look inside Rosa.ImageImage


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